|Tina is LRP's very talented scenic
artist and joins the team with David
Broughton. She tells me that rather than have lots of
words she would much rather be represented here by her work. There
are some excellent photograph's of Tina's work below but she also gets
a few words...
The first time Tina ever visited a theatre was at the old Nissen Hut when she was very young to see the Holton Players in Murder in the Red Barn. She remembers being terrified by a ghostly image on the stage (using a gauze screen). It made a lasting impression and now Tina creates her own theatre magic using a paintbrush.
Unusually, Tina tells me that the thing she enjoys most about the Broadbent is the sheer drama of driving nine miles on country lanes, parking in a dark, muddy car park and walking down the lane to this bijou theatre to see incredible professional touring companies with half a dozen other brave souls in the audience!! She describes it as a real privilege!
|The Shell Seekers||Shell Seekers painting||October 2007|
|Little Red Riding Hood||Poster and Programme Illustration||Jan/Feb 2006|
|Babes in the Wood||Set Painting, Poster and Programme Cover||Jan/Feb 2004|
|The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe||Set Design and Painting||May 2003|
|Cinderella||Scenic Design and Artistry; Poster and Programme Artwork||February 2003|
|Deckchairs||Set Decoration||Oct/Nov 2002|
|The Merry Wives of Windsor||Set Construction and Decoration||July 2002|
|Outside Edge||Set Decoration||April 2002|
|Sleeping Beauty||Set Design & Painting, Poster and Programme Cover Design||February 2002|
|A Toe in the Water||Set Decoration||October 2001|
|Mother Goose||Set Painting||Jan/Feb 2001|
|Sandcastles||Scenery Painting||October 2000|
|The Wizard of Oz||Set Painting||September 2000|
|Sinbad the Sailor||Jungle Painting||Jan/Feb 2000|
The Rocket Range from Mother Goose
"Sand Castles" Beach Huts and a section of the Nirvana jungle in "Sinbad the Sailor"
Somewhere over the Rainbow... The "Wizard of Oz" set
The Land of Discontent - "Mother Goose"
Special thanks to Tina Speck for the photographs